Containers are lightweight, portable, easily scalable, and enable you to run multiple workloads on the same host efficiently, particularly when using an orchestration platform like Kubernetes or Amazon ECS. But containers also introduce monitoring challenges. Containerized environments may comprise vast webs of distributed endpoints and dependencies that rely on complex network communication.
Following the security issues in the MSP market over the past 24 months, our customers, who are understandably concerned, have been asking what we do to keep the N-central® appliance (hosted or on-premises) updated and secure for them. I will do my best in this short article to outline how our engineering team keeps up with security. Please note this is valid as of the time of writing, but can change at any point.
When you have access to the best customer service software, you can enhance the overall customer experience and deliver greater levels of customer satisfaction. Customer service software can help to bridge the gap between customer expectations and your existing workflow. If you’re committed to delivering incredible experiences, you must invest in the right tools. 90% of Americans use customer service as a factor in deciding whether or not to do business with a company.
Two of the best (in my opinion) features in Konnect are the ServiceHub and Developer Portal. However, they’re also two of the most misunderstood. Aren’t they the same thing? Why would you need a ServiceHub vs. Developer Portal? Well, I’m glad you asked! The really quick version is that ServiceHub is like your warehouse, where all your products are stored. It’s a comprehensive collection of everything that you have. Your Developer Portal is more like your storefront.
Change Data Capture (CDC) helps your business stay competitive by keeping data up-to-date
Everywhere you look, you see something to do with software and applications. But for all this software to work well, the people behind them have to know how they work. For a software developer, this comes as no surprise. They need to know how their code is working when deployed. Before the software deploys, they want to iron out errors, so they don’t become problematic and frustrate customers.
Every database administrator (DBA) is—first and foremost—human. And everyone makes mistakes. It’s not the absence of mistakes but rather how you prepare for those mistakes that makes you a great DBA. Luckily, there are many ways to prepare for those mishaps, whether the errors are made by you or someone else on your team. One commonly made mistake is to drop an object in a database or accidentally delete data.
After building Lightrun for the JVM – an easier way to get a better grasp on production applications written in Java, Scala, and Kotlin – we’re pleased to announce the release of Lightrun’s developer-native observability platform for Python!